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Division of Vocational Rehabilitation. “The Vendor Registration Process”. How a Company or Individual Becomes a Vendor. Step One. Initial contact with DVR representative to discuss available services and/or goods. Step Two.

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division of vocational rehabilitation

Division of Vocational Rehabilitation

“The VendorRegistration Process”

step one
Step One

Initial contact with DVR representative to discuss available services and/or goods

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step two
Step Two

DVR representative provides prospective vendor with Vendor Registration Form and W-9

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Prospective vendor accesses forms on DVR website: http://www.dvrcolorado.com/partners.php

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step three
Step Three

Any questions/clarifications are directed to initial DVR representative

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step four
Step Four

Prospective Vendor sends completed forms: W-9 and Vendor Registration Form to initial DVR representative

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step five
Step Five
  • DVR staff reviews standards, certifications and/or qualifications and calls Prospective Vendor, if necessary
  • DVR adds appropriate service codes and approves for processing

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Step Six

Approved by DVR representative and sent to DVR Administration Office for final processing

For vendor status information, call initial DVR representative

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
  • Q: How long does it take to become a vendor?
  • A: Between 3-5 business days.
  • Q: Once the paperwork is received by DVR, how long before I can start providing services as a new vendor?
  • A: As a vendor, services cannot be provided until an authorization for service is received.
  • Q: My Mom is the daycare provider for my family. Can I have DVR pay her?
  • A: Yes, but she will need to sign up as a vendor.

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FAQs Continued
  • Q: Do I have to complete all of the forms if I am only going to be used once?
  • A: Yes, the Vendor Registration Form and W-9 must be completed.
  • Q: I am an individual operating out of my house and I do not have an EIN (Employer Identification Number), what should I do?
  • A: You can use your Social Security Number.
  • Q: Since I am being paid by DVR, does that mean I am covered by DVR’s insurance if anything goes wrong?
  • A: No. You are an independent contractor with the State of Colorado and must carry your own insurance.

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FAQs Continued
  • Q: How do I get DVR staff to know that my business exists?
  • A: The marketing of your business is your responsibility.
  • Q: As a vendor, I don’t have an office; can I use state offices to conduct business?
  • A: No.
  • Q: Can I provide services without a valid or current authorization in hand?
  • A: No, you must have written authorization in hand. Without written authorization, you risk not being reimbursed for services rendered.

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FAQs Continued
  • Q: Who do I contact with questions before becoming a vendor?
  • A: Speak with your initial DVR representative or your local DVR Field Office.
  • Q: Who do I contact with questions after I am already a vendor?
  • A: Speak with the authorizing Counselor and/or Administrative Assistant at your local DVR office.
  • Q: Is my DBA my legal name or just the name of my business?
  • A: The legal name of your business is what the IRS has listed for your Tax Identification Number. Your DBA is the name by which your customers know you.

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FAQs Continued
  • Q: What address should I use?
  • A: Use the address where you would like your payment to be sent.
  • Q: What do I enter in the service code section on the Vendor Registration Form?
  • A: The service code section is for DVR staff purposes only.

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FAQs Continued

Billing

  • Q: How do I get paid?
  • A: A State generated check.
  • Q: When do I get paid?
  • A: Per state fiscal rules, you will get paid within 45 days of an invoice received. We make every effort to expedite this process to provide a quicker delivery of payment.

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FAQs Continued
  • Q: What should I include on my bill when I send it to DVR for payment?
  • A: Billing Elements: Vendor Name, Authorization Number, Invoice Number, Dates of Service, Remittance Amount, Counselor Name, Client Identification, an itemized list of services and/or goods provided, if Medical (include CPT codes).

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FAQs Continued
  • Q: What type of supporting documentation do I need to provide when I send a bill to DVR?
  • A: A written report needs to accompany the bill for all services rendered or a signed receipt for all goods. Please communicate with the authorizing counselor to determine what elements are needed within the report.

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Disclaimers
  • DVR retains the right to terminate business with a vendor at anytime without notice
  • DVR and/or Vendor are not obligated to long-term partnerships or quotas

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